Harley Dilly Biography – Wiki
Harley Dilly is identified as the missing teen who has been found inside the chimney of a vacant home, 3 weeks after he went missing on his walk to school.
Almost a month after Harley Dilly disappeared on his way to school, police believe the Ohio boy’s body has been found in a chimney. https://t.co/KADZajm4Jt
— CNN (@CNN) January 14, 2020
He was 14 years old.
Harley Dilly Social Media
Dilly’s social media accounts have not been activated since he went missing.
Harley Dilly Missing
The 14-year-old was last seen, on video, December 20 in Port Clinton as he left for school between 6 and 7 a.m., according to police.
He was reported missing the day after he never made it to school.
It was 18 degrees, the day he went missing, and he was only wearing a thin sweatshirt underneath the padded coat.
Harley Dilly Found DEAD Trapped Inside the Chimney of a Vacant House
The teen, who went missing December 20, has been found dead Monday after police decided to search a summer home that was under renovation across the street from his Ohio home.
They found his jacket on the second floor and his glasses next to the brick chimney which is said to be between the 2nd and 3rd floors and is 9 by 13 inches.
NEW: Almost four weeks after 14-year-old Harley Dilly disappeared while walking to school, officials in Port Clinton, Ohio, said his body was found trapped inside the chimney of a vacant home. https://t.co/Pzuzw2RZfx
— ABC News (@ABC) January 14, 2020
Dilly was stuck inside.
Police believe Dilly climbed an antenna tower to the roof and entered the chimney.
His personal items appeared to be pushed through a flue on the second floor however a blockage between the first and second levels ‘trapped Harley’.
Authorities used a drone to look inside the chimney and ‘were seen removing a portion of the home’s wall,’ the Beacon Journal reports.
Then, it was believed to be Dilly inside the chimney. His family was reported the news early this morning.
Harley Dilly Cause of Death
His cause of death is still unclear.
Volunteers and authorities searched through neighborhoods in the city along Lake Erie with help from K-9 teams and helicopters.
Police also had asked residents to review their home security footage. The house in Port Clinton, east of Cleveland, is owned by another family.
The teen’s cellphone was broken when he left his home, according to reports.